Natasha Sinha is a dramaturg and producer, focusing on new plays, musicals and devised work. She is the Associate Director of LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, which exclusively produces premieres (including Pulitzer Prize–winning Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar, the Rude Mechs’ Stop Hitting Yourself, Dave Malloy’s Preludes, and War by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins). Natasha is a co-founder of the new collective Beehive Dramaturgy. She is also on the Advisory Boards of Musical Theatre Factory and SPACE on Ryder Farm. Prior to joining LCT3, she was the Associate Producer at Barrington Stage Company. In addition to freelancing as a dramaturg, past projects in NYC include Post-Op by Shakina, FEM (an evening of works-in-progress at JACK), Sam Salmond’s Stand Alone: Songs About and Written By Losers, and One More Sleep ‘Til Christmas. Natasha has served as a judge on various award committees, taught classes (New School for Drama, Primary Stages ESPA, Marymount College), read for Page 73 and NYMF, and worked in the literary departments of various theater agencies, Daryl Roth Theatre, and Lark Play Development Center. Graduate of Barnard College (Music, English).